Vision and Transformation **Online**

Vision and Transformation **Online**

Has a piece of music, a few words in a book, or even a major crisis in your life ever given you a moment of vision into a deeper meaning of things? The Buddha’s Noble Eightfold Path challenges you to grasp the implications of that vision, and asks you to transform yourself in its light.  

Through input, discussion, reflection and meditation this course will lead you through the process of transformation: vision, emotion, imagination, speech, right livelihood, effort and attention in meditation.

  • This course is running by "dana," the practice of generosity. Therefore, feel free to make a donation as you can.
     

 

How To Join

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Programme

Date Topics
8 July The Four Noble Truths and Vision and Transformation
15 July Emotion - The benefit of gratitude as an aspect of Wisdom
22 July Imagination - Learning to speak the language of our depths, and how to engage with ritual
29 July Speech - Discussing what it means to be truthful, and rejoicing in the merits of someone you appreciate
5 August Action & Livelihood - Thinking big about a more fulfilling life
12 August Effort, awareness, meditation - Cultivating positive mental states inside and outside meditation, and dealing with the hindrances holding us back
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Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need to book?

Booking is required, and can be done so via website.

Do I need to be a Buddhist?

No the course is suitable for anyone who wants to learn about key Buddhist ideas.

The Team

Kamalamayi
Kamalamayi
Kusalacitta
Kusalacitta